The storm may be over, but recovery is still a long road ahead -- and state lawmakers now have to grapple with how, exactly, Florida will help its Puerto Rican neighbors get back on their feet after Hurricane Maria.
Gov. Rick Scott will head to the Windy City for an economic development mission, hoping to lure Chicago-area businesses to the Sunshine State this week.
The U.S. Senate gave the preliminary go-ahead for a $36.5 billion disaster relief package on Tuesday, but financial aid for one of the hardest hit areas -- Florida’s agriculture industry -- was left out of the measure.
Florida has come a long way since the busy 2004 and 2005 hurricane seasons. With 24 named storms hitting the Sunshine State between the two years, power companies — and Florida — had a lot to learn.
Drones aren’t just fancy gadgets for tech nerds anymore.
Medical marijuana dispensaries could be banned in a Florida city if the town gets its way.
The U.S. Senate Finance Committee is launching an investigation into the 14 deaths which occurred at a Hollywood nursing home last month after the facility lost power following Hurricane Irma.
Jeanette Nuñez, Rene Garcia File Bill to Ban State from Investing in Businesses with Ties to Maduro Regime
Two Miami-area Republican lawmakers have filed legislation to prohibit Florida from doing business with companies involved with Venezuelan dictator Nicolas Maduro, Gov. Rick Scott’s office announced Tuesday.
A familiar Florida name is floating to the top of a list to become the next drug czar after President Donald Trump’s top pick for the job pulled his name from consideration for the position.
Gov. Rick Scott declared a State of Emergency in Alachua County in anticipation of white nationalist Richard Spencer’s visit to the University of Florida this week.